This 35mm movie film on an daylight spool and placed in a FACTORY KODAK film can .
THE FILM IS Aged 8 years
it is KODAK 5212 ASA 100 35MM .
We are getting good reports and scans of resulting work on the
results of using this film in a still photo use from our customers .
One of those customers is a lab technician skilled in many film development methods .
THIS IS A KODAK FACTORY RE CAN FROM A LOS ANGELES FILM DISTRIBUTOR.
Total Length of roll is 270 feet in can and film is wound
on a PLASTIC CORE AND PLACED IN A BLACK BAG WHICH IN TURN IS IN A CAN
The film was stored at room temperature 76 degrees Fahrenheit FOR EIGHT YEARS
THIS is a Color MOVIE FILM balanced for DAYLIGHT .
The item is a CAN OF FILM FROM KODAK
FILM SPEED WAS ASA 100
The film length is approx 270 feet total for this can .
example of calculating a roll of 24 exposure still film on my "old film "auctions
remember 100 Feet = 1200 Inches
.25.4mm to the inch =219456mm .
38mm to a 35mm frame including space between frames . 5775 frames.
allowing 27 frames to a roll of 24 (some fog leader)= 213rolls of 24exp
--divide the total price by the number of rolls and we have a price per roll of 24 exposures "
A more general formula
" basically you multiply the number of feet by 12 to ... read more